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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by Crabtownboy, Jul 9, 2016.
What does it mean when you say, "I am an American?"
Legally - that you are a citizen of the United States
Otherwise - it depends on how you look at it
Over on FB, someone posted a picture of a many who bought dozens of pizzas to give to the homeless. - It said "HIt LIke if you think this man is doing good". I replied "Negative " I suggested that he should also have had the homeless help with serving, clean up, and ect.
So who is a better American - that man who gave away dozens of pizzas (aka enabling)
or myself who insists that a person work for what they recieve (aka tough love)
Salty, I had hoped this thread would not degenerate into a thread of people judging others.
I was interested what people mean when they say, "I am an American."
I think you had hoped just the opposite.